Center Chic Hotel Tel Aviv - an Atlas Boutique Hotel
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... a voucher to the cafe on the beach.We had breakfast there,it was across the road from the hotel. After packing up we had no trouble hailing a taxi from outside the hotel.We had a short drive to the nearby old town of Joppa. Friday is the Muslim version of our Sunday and for this reason the traffic was heavy and it took us much longer to reach St. Michaels' church where it had been arranged we would meet up with some our tour group. There were other people ...
... by God. All that remains of the Second Temple, is the base of the wall. The Wall was a sea of humanity. Of the ladies in our group, only Lynette wanted to go up to it since she had a message to tuck into the wall. I volunteered to go with her and was very glad I did. Women have a separate part of the wall of course and not closest to the most holy part, but we wound our way up and were finally able to touch it and she left her prayer. The ...
... discussion because I do believe that the Palestinians should be in control of their own land and destiny, but I guess I had always hoped that would be a peaceful future. While the opinion of this one individual tour guide cannot possibly represent the viewpoint of every single person in the area, the thought that somebody who was trying to paint a rosy picture couldn't was a bit scary.
He was able to at least make us smile with jokes about the $#!+ cannon. Apparently, ...
... Church of Our Lady of the Ark of the Covenant. It’s a modern church, built in 1924 by a somewhat obscure (at least to me) order of French nuns called The Sisters of St Joseph of the Apparition. I don't know which particular apparition of St Joseph is referenced by this name, but never mind. The church sits on an historically and spiritually important location: during Bible times this area was called Kiryat Ye’arim (see the book of Joshua 9:17). ...
... it ended at Rokach Avenue near the Old Port of Tel Aviv. We passed several pay parking lots and found free street parking at 2:47. The parking-regulation sign was all in Hebrew and impossible to decipher, but I assumed since it’s the Jewish holy day (Shabbat), there wouldn’t be any parking restrictions.
Mom and I walked through the old port area, which no longer ...